A motorcade and a demonstration occurred in Bangkok against the monarchy of Thailand and Prime Minister Prayut, largely held responsible for lack of access to vaccines and mismanagement of the pandemic. Both gatherings ended repressed, with demonstrators using fireworks in retaliation to police use of tear gas and rubber bullets.
Over 100,000 Haitian protesters covered the streets of Port-au-Prince in a mass demonstration against the regime of dictatorial American-backed leader Jovenel Moise, widely despised by the public for his autocratic rule and dissolution of Parliament in 2019. Despite clashes occurring in some neighborhoods, the majority of protesters were exempt from police violence.
Hundreds of Belgians in Brussels took to the streets after a 23-year-old black immigrant died in jail after being taken into custody by police during a home raid to enforce quarantine orders. A police station was set on fire, with intense clashes occurring between security forces and demonstrators who threw Molotov cocktails and rocks.
Tens of thousands of youth and students marched to the State Secretariat of Kolkata, the capital of the State of West Bengal, to decry the policies of the state government and in support of more education and job opportunities for the youth. Police brutally attacked the demonstration, making 42-500 arrests and leaving around 38-100 hospitalized.